1. Sweet tea
The explanation is simple. The high intake of sugar causes blood sugar levels soaring. Yet the risk of excess calories. A glass of sweet tea contains approximately 250-300 calories (depending on density). Caloric needs of an average adult women is 1,900 calories per day (depending on activity). From our sweet tea was able to 1000-1200 calories. Currently plus three meals of rice and side dishes. Should be assumed that every day of our excess calories. End: obesity and diabetes.
Substitute: Water, tea without sugar, or limit consumption of sugar is not more than two teaspoons a day.
2. Fried food
Because of the small, one fried not enough for us. And fried is one of the high risk factor triggering degenerative diseases, such as cardiovascular, diabetes mellitus, and stroke. The main cause of cardiovascular disease (CVD) is the blockage of coronary arteries, with one of the main risk factor was dyslipidemia. Dyslipidemia is a disorder of lipid metabolism characterized by elevated levels of total cholesterol, LDL (bad cholesterol) and triglycerides, and decreased levels of HDL (good cholesterol) in the blood. Increasing the proportion of dyslipidemia in the community due to the habit of eating a variety of foods low in fiber and high in fat, including fried.
Substitutes: Japanese beans, or fruit pie.
We thought that by limiting the afternoon or evening to avoid obesity and diabetes. Because not full, the stomach is filled with a piece or two pieces of biscuits and snacks like potato chips. In fact, biscuits, potato chips, and other sweet pastries containing high carbohydrate content and without adequate food. All the food was classified in foods with a high glycemic index. Meanwhile, sugar and flour contained in it have a role in raising blood sugar levels.
Substitutes: fresh cut fruit.
4. Lack of sleep.
If the quality of sleep is not obtained, so disturbed metabolism. Research experts from the University of Chicago revealed that sleep deprivation for 3 days resulting in the body’s ability to process glucose declined drastically. That is, the risk of diabetes increases. Lack of sleep can also stimulate a hormone in the blood that trigger appetite. Driven hunger, people with sleep disorders triggered by eating high-calorie foods that make blood sugar levels rise.
Solution: Sleep is not less than 6 hours a day, or preferably 8 hours a day.
5. Lazy physical activity
The World Health Organization (WHO) says diabetes cases in Asian countries will rise by 90 percent in the next 20 years. “In 10 years, the number of diabetics in Hanoi, Vietnam, doubled. Why? In this city, people prefer riding than cycling, “said Dr Gauden Galea, WHO Advisor for Non-Communicable Diseases in the Western Pacific Region. In conclusion, they are less physically active have a higher risk of obesity than those who diligently biking, hiking, or other activities.
Solution: Biking to the office.
6. Frequent stress
Stress just as flooding, must be channeled to a big flood. When stress comes, the body will increase production of the hormones epinephrine and cortisol blood sugar to rise and there are reserves of energy to move. Our bodies are designed to the best of intentions. However, if high blood sugar continues to be triggered by prolonged stress with no way out, tantamount to committing suicide slowly.
Solution: Talk to people who are considered problematic, or tell me the closest friends.
7. Cigarette addiction
An American study involving 4,572 volunteer men and women found that active smokers the risk of diabetes increased by 22 percent. It added that the increase in risk is not just caused by smoking, but the combination of unhealthy lifestyles, such as diet and exercise.
Substitutes: sugar-free candy. A more progressive way is to follow hypnotherapy. Choose a hypnotherapist who is experienced and certified.
8. Using the contraceptive pill
Most contraceptive pill is made from a combination of estrogen and progestin, or progestin alone. The combination pill often causes changes in blood sugar levels. According to Dr. Dyah Purnamasari S, Sp PD, from the Division of Metabolic Endocrinology RSCM, hormonal contraceptive pills work opposite to the action of insulin. Because insulin work unopposed, the pancreas is forced to work harder to produce insulin. If left too long, the pancreas becomes exhausted and does not function properly.
Solution: Limit the use of hormonal pills, no more than 5 years.
9. Scared black leather
According to the journal Diabetes Care, women with a high intake of vitamin D and calcium at low risk of developing diabetes type 2. Apart from food, the best source of vitamin D in sunlight. Twenty minutes exposure to morning sunlight is sufficient for vitamin D for three days. Several recent studies, which were published by the American Journal of Epidemiology, suggests that vitamin D also helps the metabolism of the body, including blood sugar.
Solution: Use a sunscreen cream before “sun” in the morning sun for 10-15 minutes.
10. soda craze
From research conducted by the Nurses’ Health Study II to the 51 603 women aged 22-44 years, found that increased consumption of soft drinks make weight and risk of diabetes soared. The researchers said the increased risk was due to the content of sweetener in soft drinks. In addition, the intake of liquid calories do not make us satisfied so compelled to drink more.
Substitutes: cold juice without sugar.